Crispy bacon and gooey cheese tops a perfectly burger.
Tin Horn Flats might be the bar that has the most character in all of Los Angeles. Walking through the classic Western swinging doors, patrons will feel right at home as they are welcomed by the bartender and can settle in to any booth or barstool. The lack of pretension here isn’t a gimmick, or part of a shtick or theme, it’s just the way they do things at Tin Horn. The laid back atmosphere, TVs with sports playing constantly, pool table, and free popcorn machine invite you to come in, kick back with a beer and a burger, and relax. It is unlike any other bar and restaurant in Los Angeles in the best way possible.
Every meal at Tin Horn Flats should start with the chili cheese fries, drenched in delicious chili, cheese and onion, or the crispy beer battered onion rings. But don’t fill up on the appetizers! Try the bacon cheeseburger, cooked to order, topped with fresh veggies, and overwhelming the plate. With entrees like this the "grill" part of "saloon & grill" is definitely not an afterthought.
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With a full range of beers on draft and bottle, and a full bar, Tin Horn Flats is guaranteed to have something to cool you down. Try the Tin Horn Blonde, their own brew that drinks like a filtered Hefeweizen—delicious! (And on Saturdays, you can get a pint for just $2 when you bring your iPod and play five songs!) And if you need some snacks to soak up all that alcohol, just head over to the free popcorn machine in the corner for fresh, hot popcorn! Bonus!
Not only do they have incredible food, they also have incredible deals every single day. Here are some of the highlights:
Wednesday- $5 cheeseburgers
Thursday- Add a pint of Tin Horn Blonde to any meal for $2
Sunday- ½ price for kids under 10
And don’t forget to visit Monday-Friday 3-6pm for happy hour. Great food, great prices, and a low key ambience that can’t be beat? Tin Horn Flats has all the right factors that make it a local favorite flying under the radar.